Learn how technology transforms communication for special needs.
The 2012 Summer Olympics can provide fun for the whole family.
Follow these tips to to begin building vocabulary when children are young and continue as they get older.
Help your children explore various cultures this summer and make connections that expand their horizons.
If you're not sure if your child is ready for kindergarten, follow these recommendations.
When the child misbehaving isn't your own, what should you do?
Project Enlightenment offers parents of kids with special needs a place to find support and help even as it deals with funding and staff cuts.
Bookmarked! 2012, a 10-day festival starting april 27, will feature family activities and children's book readings by local celebrities and heroes,.
This month's book selections can help your child understand the importance of healthy eating.
From local activities to a weekend away, Triangle residents have access to several fun and interactive ways to learn about science this month.
Crafty Kids Fun: Give the birds a gift to help them make nests this spring, then sit back and watch the show.
Building boys' literacy: Make reading irresistible for your preschool son.
What should you do when your preschooler has a friend who displays some unsettling behavior?
Community support, from schools, churches and mothers groups helped this Wake Forest mom garner the $100,000 grand prize in IKEA's contest to help people improve the life of others.
Many Wake County elementary schools are hosting special events on Thursday, Feb. 2, when families can register and enroll their child for kindergarten for the 2012-13 school year as well as tour the schools.
Gustafer Yellowgold ?performance at the Carrboro ArtsCenter Jan. 21 offers a special treat for early readers.
Expert tips and museum exhibit help families talk about race?.
Tips to help you protect your kids from sexual predators without causing them to fear the world.
Triangle communities are hosting events honoring the legacy of civil rights leader Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. ?
Get moving and learn how to stay healthy at Power2Play, an exhibit at Marbles Kids Museum in Raleigh ?.
Melissa Matthews, a finalist in IKEA's Life Improvement Sabbatical Contest, hopes to win the grand prize worth $100,000 and help special needs kids and their teachers.
Experts share what to consider when choosing a class or program? for your child.
If you're thinking of sending your child to a Wake County magnet school, you'll want to attend these upcoming events to learn more about options.
Triangle-area parents offer suggestions for taking kids with special needs on stress-free outings.
From Chutes and Ladders to pick-up basketball, should you throw the game?
Tips for helping your child happily separate from you.
Kids and playgrounds: Not tough enough?
Celebrities head to Sesame Street to teach preschoolers the joys of scientific exploration in the show's new season Sept. 26.
Home-based learning is growing between 5 and 12 percent each year. Could it be right for your child?
Be proactive for a smooth transition to a new school year.